Easy Recipes: Cauliflower Fried Rice

I decided to go the Ketogenic route four weeks ago at the encouragement of a friend of mine who now looks fabulous, by the way, 5 months after she’s started on it. I was hesitant at first, not because I don’t think I can give up the carbs and sugar, but because I wasn’t sure I could afford it. You see, it would mean having to substitute many of our food products to keto-friendly versions. Later on, after reading up on it and studying my pro’s and con’s, I realized it doesn’t have to be complicated. Of course some substitutes […]

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Going PACES with School of Tomorrow Philippines

We resumed our homeschooling on the second week of January this year. For our two younger boys, I think we’ve covered enough academics with them last year, but it was a different story for our 12-year old. We barely touched his academics. But just so you know, it was because we decided to transition the kids from our DIY + interest-led homeschooling to PACES, and thought to give him a break from the academics for a while and let him focus on his musical rehearsals until the new study materials arrive. I used to dislike the idea of putting my […]

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Review: Olive Tree Bible Software for your Daily Devotions

I’ve been meaning to talk about Olive Tree since last year when I first started using it. I have been looking for Bible Reading plans and I came across the link in one of the blogs I’ve been reading. Olive Tree Bible Software¬†can be downloaded on most mobile gadgets. I use an iPhone so it’s where I downloaded it. I find it very handy especially when I need to unload my bag of heavy things to make my traveling more manageable. If you want to have your Bible and your reading plans along with you all the time, it’s a […]

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10 Practical ways to save money you may have overlooked

What works for you when you budget your finances? For us, the most effective strategy to date is the envelope method. The envelope method is when you mark envelopes with your expenses (e.g. Electricity bill, Water bill, etc.) then allocate an amount for each expense from your salary. In this way, we had been able to apply control over our spendings, pay off the priorities,¬† and set aside money for our savings.   A lot of people tell me they just don’t have money to save, and I think that perhaps for some people, it’s true. For others, though, I […]

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Bowling with the family at SM Bowling Center

We decided to take the kids bowling yesterday. We were at SM Megamall last Monday for my appointment at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) for my passport renewal and we had some time to go around and check out the new things they have at the mall. We found out that the skating rink has been moved to the fifth floor and on the same floor, you will find other recreational facilities such as Gandiva Archery and SM Bowling Center. Me and Bowling don’t match Jay had been asking me to go bowling for as long as I can […]

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